…Nothing But The Best…

At Eastridge, we’re reading through the book of Exodus. We’ve gotten near the end of the book, and we’re at a spot where I sort of bog down every time I read it. After God established His covenant with Moses and the Israelite people, He gave Moses a long list of instructions for building the Tabernacle where God’s people were to worship Him, along with all the items that are meant to go in it. (You can read it here, if you’re unfamiliar with what I’m talking about.)

The passage reads like a cross between an instruction manual and a shopping list for Home Depot, with its exacting specifications and meticulous directions. It’s a bit dry, and I’ve often wondered why it was in the Bible in such detail (and why I had to read it).  Continue reading …Nothing But The Best…